Diversification of Developing Economies: imperatives for sustainable environment and technological innovations
Africa Centre of Excellence (ICT-Driven Knowledge Park), OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE.
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Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife is located on the map about 4º 40’ east of the Primer Meridian and longitude 7º 30’ north of the Equator. Ile-Ife is a university town with a population of approximately 200,000, and is situated on an elevation of between 800 and 900 feet above sea level in South-Western Nigeria wherein tropical temperatures and rainfall conditions prevail. In the dry season which lasts about five months (between October and March), daily temperature highs often exceed 35 ºC. Diurnal variation is usually very small and the relative humidity is, on the whole, very high. Rainy season begins in the month of April, and ends about the end of October, with rainfall reaching 45 to 60 inches. Some chief industries of the Ife people include blacksmithing and basket making. Dyeing, weaving, pottery making, and palm oil extraction are popular among the women. Other industries include sawmilling and stone quarrying.
i. Innovation capabilities and sustainable development.
ii. Sustainable engineering for the built environment.
iii. Computational fluid dynamics.
iv. Heat transfer enhancement.
v. Engineering and agriculture, industrialization and digital nexus.
vi. Digital inclusion for developing economies.
vii. The critical role of technological innovation in materials processing.
viii. Renewable energy in sustainable development.
ix. Food processing and storage: panacea for development.
x. Next-generation communication, power and control systems.
xi. Engineering education.
xii. Technological innovation in materials processing.
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